Hope or No Entry?

Two weeks into 2021 and London has started the New Year with a lockdown. It’s hard to imagine London empty and shut down.  I hope these photos from Bank , down to the Thames and onwards to Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Kensington capture the emptiness and beauty of this silent capital city.

For all the trials and difficult times I’m sticking with with ‘Hope’. Stay safe, well and creative, the days are getting longer, we’re on track for better times.

No handbag???Keeping things to a minimum, going out with my Zrow Lifestyle Phone holder and that’s it.

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London Underground maps its way with Lego

London Underground maps its way with Lego

I was thrilled to see a map of the London Underground in Lego as I was exiting Green Park station. Now that I’ve looked into it in detail I have found out that 5 such maps have been made to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the London Underground. Each one of the maps is made of 1000 Lego bricks and charts the progress of the London Underground since 1927, genius if you ask me! If you’re in London and would like a peep yourself the maps are situated in South Kensington, Piccadilly Circus, Green Park, Stratford and King’s Cross, happy travels to all!